• For Oil Investors, Early Faith in a Rally Begins to Wane

    June 19, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
    Oil Investors in Queensland have a gloomy future read more

    The outlook is gloomy for Queensland’s economy.

  • South East Queensland Interest Rates

    May 15, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
    South East Queensland Interest Rates read more

    Interest rates are a topic that affect almost all of us.

  • Short Sellers & Domino’s Pizza

    May 8, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
    Domino's Stock read more

    Is it to be a Supreme or a Capriciosa? Domino’s Pizza has long been a market darling. Suddenly short sellers have taken a shine to the stock resulting in a significant drop in what has been an abnormally high share price.

  • Option Fees and the Margin Scheme

    April 10, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
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    The question as to the treatment of an Option Fee paid on the purchase of developable land and whether or not it forms part of the purchase price for Margin scheme calculations will need to be reviewed after the decision of the AAT in the Trustee for the Whitby Trust and the Commissioner of Taxation (2017) AATA 343 (20 March 2017).

  • Capital Gains Tax Change

    March 21, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
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    For all of you who own investment properties Capital Gains Tax is a very important consideration.

    Currently change is said to be being considered. With the Government trying to balance the budget there is every likelihood that it will be looking at some changes to Capital Gains Tax.

  • Job Creation

    March 21, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
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    We all have to move with the fast changing pace of today’s life. One of Australia’s most successful Tech Heads, Mike Connon-Brookes believes that change drives long term economic growth.

  • Mortgage Strife

    March 13, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
    Estate lawyer read more

    We’re hearing a lot of talk about housing affordability. With the high cost of houses and homes comes bigger and bigger mortgages.

  • Binding Financial Agreements

    March 13, 2017 | by Everingham Lawyers
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    BFA’s or Binding Financial Agreements or Pre-Nups as they are called in the magazines have become an established fact of Australian relationships.